cougars into grand final

IMG_4199The Chidlow Cougars 20.8 (128) proved too tough for the Gidgegannup Bulldogs 11.7 (73) in the HFA second semi final and will take their place in the 2014 Grand Final. The Cougars broke the game open early and although Gidge pushed back hard in the final quarter, they had left it too late to haul in the Cougars lead.

In the other final played at Wundowie, Pickering Brook Hawks 13.11 (89) dispatched Mundaring Roos 9.15 (69) in a tight encounter. The Hawks will now  play off against Gidge for the chance to meet Chidlow in the final.

Gidge and Pickering Brook will face off at Chidlow Oval at 2:00pm on Sunday, September 8.

Gidge v Pickering Brook looks set to be a cracker of a game at the ‘pointy end’ of the best HFA season in years. Any one of these surviving teams can still claim the main prize. Don’t miss it!

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HFA Benjamin Seabrook Medal winner and Australia’s second deadliest goal kicker (151 goals), Adam McKinklay, snaps a goal late in the 4th quarter.


IMG_4222Hills Football Association Awards 2103

Benjamin Seabrook Medal – Fairest and Best

Adam McKinlay (Chidlow) 30 votes

President’s Medal Fairest and Best Runner Up

Jake Davis (Mundaring) 19 votes

Slater and Gartrell Sports Leading Goal Scorer

Adam Mckinlay (Chidlow) 151 goals

Hills Gazette Best Player (voted by clubs)

Luke Eley (Mt Helena)

Frank Alban Women’s Merit Award

Michelle West (Forrestfield)

Bendigo Bank Club Service Award

Peter Dennis (Chidlow)

WACFL Club Person

Michael Fernie (Pickering Brook)

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